ⓔ Easy journaling with GMail

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Over the years I’ve played around with easy ways to collect and search information, but never really satisfied with the outcome. Last week I had the idea to try to use GMail as a journal, and so far it is working pretty well. Why GMail? I wanted something that was frictionless to use. What do […]

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ⓔ Google’s Education on Air Archive of May 8 & 9, 2015

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Google held an online conference this past weekend and has now put up the footage of each of the presentations. There are keynotes from Tia Lendo, Michelle Obama, and LeVar Burton along with some very fascinating sessions. I’ve embedded a few of my favorites, but you’ll probably want to visit the website! (The first two […]

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ⓔ Open Chrome apps quickly with AppJump

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Google has made it easier to start Chrome applications using the program launcher for the host operating system (Start Menu under Windows or on the OS X dock), but it feels cumbersome. That’s whereAppJump comes in. With AppJump, you can quickly access Chrome applications from the toolbar, without leaving Chrome. It also has the capability to […]

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ⓔ Hemingway writer helps you improve your writing

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There seems to be as many online text editors as there are stars in the sky, which can be helpful or a curse. Each has their strengths and weaknesses. Hemingway Editor strives to help you become a better writer. You can either write into the editor or copy and paste from another document. The Hemingway Editor […]

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